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... we would arrive home just in time to deliver Chanukah gifts and Christmas gifts, we shopped for gift bags. No Chanukah wrap was available so we selected snowmen decorated bags for those gifts and Santa and reindeer for the others.
In 2010, Puerto Vallarta was rated the best place to retire by AARP. Conde Nast rated it as one of the world’s friendliest cities. The first settlement in the area dates ...
... vendors, restaurants and hotels. Mexican people are very friendly toward us and don't seem to mind having lots of tourists around. Today is a packing day and we plan to leave early tomorrow, heading into Guadalajara. We are still debating whether to stop in San Sebastian or not. It is windy bit cloudy here today which is good - we are going out to the beech to play bocce ball without being in the ...
... time, otherwise packed with celluliute and speedos that are probably older than me) bay called Yelapa – only accessible by boat. Hadn’t stopped people shipping quad bikes over there though… but otherwise, it was a pretty authentic and off the beaten track little village… oh and it had an awesome looking waterfall.
Started to walk there, but given it was a week to the day I went to see another secluded waterfall and got attacked, decided ...
... to throw it away a near 10 hours later.
We passed through customs with laughter and complications as we were told to "press the button" by a small unhappy Mexican man standing an inch away from this said button. Unsure of the directions, with wide eyes I questioned who should press the button. He nodded and pointed at me; the button was pressed, lit up green and the Mexicano said "welcome to Mexico." This same procedure was repeated by Alina.
Greeted by an endless line ...
... to a gorgeous day on the bay. With a cool breeze blowing, we take the girls out for a walk and lo and behold there are a scores of people pulling into the beach next to the marina with their cars stuffed full of windsurfing and kiteboarding equipment. It's a sailing race to the next town. Dois and I look at each other amazed by the scene unfolding in front of us and he says "looks like home".
Keep those cards and letters comming!
Dois and Lauri